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Travis Tramte has been found guilty of reckless homicide in the heroin overdose death of Kathryn Jakimczyk of July of 2013.

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Brad Paisley Is Highly Flattered by John Fogerty's Guitar Imitation on Their New Duet

Image courtesy of Facebook.com/JohnFogerty (via ABC News Radio)
Image courtesy of Facebook.com/JohnFogerty (via ABC News Radio)

Rock legend John Fogerty 's new album, Wrote a Song for Everyone , is now in stores featuring collaborations with Keith Urban , Miranda Lambert and Brad Paisley among others.  John teamed up with Brad on the song "Hot Rod Heart" for the project, and the two have known each other for a while.  Brad considers John a "great man" and "a tremendous guitar player."  That's why Brad was a little taken aback at John's guitar set up in the studio when they recorded "Hot Rod Heart."

Brad says of John, "He’s actually a fan of my guitar playing in a way that’s very, very flattering to me.  He’s bought the same amp and guitar set-up that I use, and when we recorded our song together, he used the same exact amp style and bought a Crook Telecaster like I play and got a bender put in it just like I have."

Brad admits it was bizarre, but flattering seeing one of his own heroes take that kind of time to study his guitar set-up.

He says, "Probably no finer compliment I have ever had as a player than to see John Fogerty want to sort of purchase something I use."

Zac Brown Band also performs with John singing the Creedence Clearwater Revival classic "Bad Moon Rising," and Alan Jackson joins John on a new version of "Have You Ever Seen the Rain."

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